I. General provisions
1. These Regulations specify the general terms and conditions, the manner of providing services by electronic means, and sales conducted via the infuture.institute Website. The Website is run by Natalia Hatalska-Woźniak, operating under the business name INFUTURE.INSTITUTE NATALIA HATALSKA-WOŹNIAK entered into the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity held by the minister competent for the economy, at ul. Słowackiego 109, 80-257 Gdańsk, NIP [Tax Identification Number]: 9581316257, REGON [Business Register Number]: 361379770, hereinafter referred to as the Seller.
2. Contact with the Seller shall take place through:
a) e-mail sent to: email@example.com,
b) application form available at: http://infuture.institute/kontakt/.
3. These Regulations are constantly available at the infuture.institute website in a way that makes it possible to obtain, reproduce, and record their content by printing or recording on a carrier at any time.
4. The Seller hereby informs that the use of services provided electronically may be associated with a threat on the part of each Internet user, consisting of the possibility of introducing malicious software into the Customer’s ICT system and obtaining and modifying their data by unauthorised persons. In order to avoid the risk of such threats, the Customer should apply appropriate technical measures to minimise their occurrence, in particular, antivirus programs and a firewall.
5. Only entrepreneurs within the meaning of Article 43 of the Code of Civil Procedure (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Entrepreneur’) may use or purchase Goods through the Website.
The terms used in the Regulations shall mean as follows:
1. Business days – these are days from Monday to Friday inclusive, excluding public holidays;
2. Customer – Entrepreneur which places an Order on the Website or uses the Services available on the Website;
3. Code of Civil Procedure – the Act of 23 April 1964 (Journal of Laws No. 16, item 93, as amended);
4. Account – a part of the Website assigned to a given Customer, through which the Customer may perform specific activities on the Website;
5. Regulations – this document;
6. Goods – a product presented on the Website, the description of which is available together with each of the presented products;
7. Agreement – an Agreement on the sale of Goods within the meaning of the Code of Civil Procedure or an agreement on the provision of the Subscription service concluded between the Seller and the Customer;
8. Services – services provided by the Seller to Customers by electronic means within the meaning of the Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of electronic services (Journal of Laws No. 144, item 1204, as amended);
9. Act on the provision of electronic services – Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of electronic services (Journal of Laws, No. 144, item 1204, as amended);
10. Order – a declaration of will of the Customer, aiming directly at the conclusion of the Sales Agreement.
III. Rules for using the Website
1. The use of the Website is possible on the condition that the ICT system used by the Customer meets the following minimum technical requirements:
a) a computer or mobile device with Internet access,
b) access to electronic mail,
c) Internet Explorer version 11 or later, Firefox version 28.0 or later, Chrome version 32 or later, Opera version 12.17 or later, Safari version 1.1 or later,
e) installed software for reading and saving PDF files.
2. Using the Website shall mean any act of the Customer that leads to becoming familiar with the content of the Website.
3. In particular, the Customer shall:
a) not provide or transmit content prohibited by law, e.g. content promoting violence, defaming or violating personal rights and other rights of third parties,
b) use the Website in a manner that does not interfere with its functioning, in particular through the use of specific software or hardware,
c) not take any action such as sending or posting unsolicited commercial communications (spam) on the Website,
d) use the Website in a manner that is not burdensome for other Customers and for the Seller,
e) use any content posted on the Website only for their own purposes,
f) use the Website in a manner consistent with the provisions of the law in force on the territory of the Republic of Poland, the provisions of the Regulations as well as with the general principles of using the Internet.
1. The Seller enables the use via the Website of the Services which are provided by the Seller on a 24/7 basis.
2. The Service of maintaining an Account on the Website is available after registration. Registration takes place by completing and accepting the registration form available on one of the Website pages. The agreement on the provision of the service of maintaining an Account on the Website is concluded for an indefinite period and is terminated upon the sending by the Customer of a request to delete the Account or using the ‘Delete Account’ button.
3. The Customer has the option of sending a message to the Seller using the contact form. The agreement on the provision of the service consisting of providing an interactive form that allows Customers to contact the Seller is concluded for a definite period and shall be terminated upon sending a message or resignation by filling in or sending the form.
4. The Seller provides the Customers with a paid Report Subscription Service (hereinafter referred to as the Subscription) as developed by the Seller. The Subscription service agreement is concluded for a definite period as specified in the order confirmation and is terminated upon the expiry of the term for which it was concluded.
5. In the event of any breach by the Customer of the provisions of these Regulations, the Seller, after a prior unsuccessful call to cease or remove the breach, with an appropriate deadline, may terminate the Agreement on the Service provision with a 7-day notice period.
V. Procedure for the conclusion of a Sales Agreement
1. Information about the Goods and the Subscription service provided on the Website pages do not constitute an offer within the meaning of the law.
2. By sending the Order to the Seller, the Customer submits an offer to purchase the Goods or the Subscription service. The offer binds the Customer from the moment of placing the Order until the expiry of the payment date specified therein. The Seller shall send to the Customer a confirmation of placing an Order which specifies its subject, and in the case of a Subscription service, additionally the time of its activation. The Agreement shall be deemed to be concluded upon receipt by the Customer of the confirmation of acceptance of the Order for execution.
3. Activities aimed at concluding the Agreement, and in particular placing an Order, may be performed only by persons duly authorised to act on behalf of the Customer.
4. The Customer agrees to issue invoices without the recipient’s signature, in electronic form. The invoice shall be deemed to be served at the moment of its entry into the Customer’s ICT system.
5. The sales agreement is concluded in the Polish language.
VI. Delivery and payment
1. Prior to Order placement, the Seller shall notify the Customer of the supported payment methods and the methods and dates of Order completion.
2. The Goods and the Subscription service are delivered to the Customer in electronic form by e-mail to the address provided in the Order form and within the deadline specified therein or by making it available in the Customer’s Account.
3. The deadline for Order completion shall be counted in Business Days. The period for completion begins on the day the payment is received and expires on the day the Customer receives the subject of the Order.
1. The Seller is the author of the sold Goods or Services, and the position presented in them is its subjective position only, therefore it cannot constitute the basis for any claims of the Customer for the non-occurrence of the circumstances specified in the position presented.
2. Due to necessary modernisation works or maintenance of the system, the Seller shall be entitled to technical breaks. Customers shall be informed about such technical breaks on the Website reasonably in advance.
3. The Seller shall not be liable for failures, technical breaks, and any damage resulting therefrom which are the result of force majeure as understood in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure.
4. The Seller shall not be liable for failures, technical breaks, and any damage resulting therefrom which are the result of circumstances not attributable to the Seller.
5. The Seller shall not be liable for any failures, technical breaks, and any damage resulting therefrom which occurred as a result of the Customer’s own acts or omissions. This applies in particular to improper or unauthorised use of the Services and provision of false or incomplete information when activating the Services as well as any breach by the Customer of the provisions hereof.
6. The Service Provider’s total liability for damage resulting from failure to perform or improper performance of services covered by these Regulations and Agreements concluded with Customers may not exceed […] being the amount of the remuneration paid to the Seller.
7. Liability for lost profits is excluded.
1. The warranty is excluded in relation to Customers.
2. The Customer may lodge complaints to the Seller in connection with the functioning of the Website and the use of Services. Complaints should be submitted in writing to the following address: HATALSKA.COM NATALIA HATALSKA-WOŹNIAK, ul. Gostyńska 107, 80-178 Gdańsk, via e-mail sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org or via the contact form.
3. In the complaint, the Customer should provide their name and surname, correspondence address, and type and description of the problem.
The data shall be processed for the time necessary to complete the complaint or withdrawal procedure. Complaints and statements of withdrawal from the agreement may also be archived for statistical purposes.
In the case of data contained in complaints and declarations of withdrawal from the agreement, the Customer cannot correct such data. They also cannot object to data processing and demand data deletion until the expiry of the limitation period for claims under the agreement concluded. After the expiry of the limitation period for claims under the agreement, the Customer may object to the processing of data for statistical purposes as well as demand the data be deleted from the database.
The Seller undertakes to consider each complaint within 14 days, and if this is not possible, to inform the Customer within this period as to when the complaint shall be considered. In the event of deficiencies in the complaint, the Seller shall contact the Customer to supplement the same to the extent necessary within 7 days from the date of receipt of the complaint by the Customer.
IX. Personal data protection
The personal data provided by the Customers is collected and processed by the Seller in accordance with the applicable legal regulations.
X. Final provisions
1. Any and all rights to the Website, including copyrights, intellectual property rights to its name, Internet domain, site, as well as to forms and logos belong to the Seller, and their use may take place only in a manner specified in and in accordance with the Regulations.
2. Any disputes arising between the Seller and the Customer shall be settled by the court having jurisdiction over the seat of the Seller.
3. Any and all disputes arising hereunder shall be governed by the laws of the Republic of Poland.
4. Any amendments hereto shall be effective as of the date of their publication.